Giving FAQs

Giving FAQs

  • How can I make a gift to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History?

    Gifts can be made by cash, check, credit card, marketable securities or real property. You can mail your gift or give online through our secure site.

 

  • Is my gift tax-deductible?

    Yes, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c) (3) organization. Each person’s circumstance is different; check with your tax professional to find out the extent to which your gift can be tax deductible.

Tribute Giving

Honor someone important in your life

Recognize someone important in your life by giving a tribute gift to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History in their honor or memory. When you make a tribute gift, the honoree or family will be notified of your thoughtfulness. The Museum will provide them with your address, but not the amount of your gift.

Museum Gift Card

A MUSEUM GIFT CARD ALWAYS FITS!

A Museum of Science and History Gift Card is the ideal choice for the science or history buff on your list. Gift Cards are available in any amount and can be used for merchandise in Shop Too!, applied toward an annual membership, for admission or special events, and even in the Stars Café.

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Conversations with the Experts

Converstions with the Experts

Sunday, March 30, 2014 -
Imaginer Studio, 2:00-3:00
Hollywood Magic: The Making of the Wizard of OZ
Dr. Joan McGettigan, Associate Professor of Film-TV-Digital Media, TCU.   
Go behind the scenes with McGettingan as she shares historical insights into the making of this movie classic.  
Limited seating; tickets available beginning at 12:00 on March 30

Job Posting - Marketing/Communications Specialist

Marketing/Communications Specialist

Full-time Hourly (non-exempt)

NanoDays

NanoDays

T-REX: Back to the Cretaceous

T-REX:  BACK TO THE CRETACEOUS: An IMAX  Retro Classic

Filmed in 1998. T-REX  is a blend of action-adventure, fantasy, science fiction and education. Sixteen year old Ally Hayden,  the daughter of a paleontologist , goes on a prehistoric  adventure as she is magically transported  back 65 million years to the Cretaceous Period. She witnesses giant flying reptiles, hadrosaurs as big as elephants and the twenty-foot tall, T-REX. Film Length: 45 minutes .

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T-REX is a blend of action-adventure, fantasy, science fiction and education. Sixteen year old Ally, the daughter of a paleontologist, goes back to the Cretaceous Period on a prehistoric adventure.
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Dolphins

DOLPHINS

Splashes into the Omni May 24, 2014

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Buy Now!

Dive into some fun when MacGillivray Freeman’s Dolphins returns to Fort Worth’s Omni Theater, an IMAX dome.

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DOLPHINS takes audiences under the water's surface, from the dazzling coral reefs of the Bahamas to the wind-swept seas of Patagonia.
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Free Survey Screening

FREE SURVEY SCREENING

Omni Theater, An IMAX Dome
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
1600 Gendy Street

 Journey to the South Pacific

Thursday, April 17, 6:30p.m. or 7:45p.m.

JOURNEY TO THE SOUTH PACIFIC

Rated: G. Runtime: 40 min.

Museum School School-Age Classes

SPRING 2014 MUSEUM SCHOOL® SCHOOL-AGE CLASSES

Museum School TurtleMuseum School offers discovery-based science and history classes that are enriched with Museum specimens or artifacts, creative activities, science investigations and other hands-on explorations where appropriate to the topic.

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Fun Fact
The full length feature films over on the Quick Turn Reel Unit, added in Sept. 2005, can hold a two and a half hour movie, weighing in at over 700 pounds and stretching over 9 miles long!

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